Over four hundred years after it was first constructed in 1699 by Frederick I as a summer residence for his wife Sophie Charlotte, the magnificent Charlottenburg Palace is still a work in progress. Largely destroyed during WWII, it has been in varying phases of reconstruction ever since. Yet, its grand beauty remains, evident in its baroque gardens, where diverse architectural styles coexist and melt into each other seamlessly. With your provided audio guide, explore the grand saloons and rooms, magnificently decorated with a fine precision and eye for detail. Revel in the world-class art collections, which includes one of the largest collections of French paintings outside of France.
This tiny restaurant (only 22 seats inside) is a great spot to visit for those who enjoy French... Read more